Filter by Category
Home & Family
with Mary Jane Dillingham
What’s all the buzz about? If you are thinking about raising Honey Bees and want to learn more about how to get started, this class is for you! From the perspective of a new beekeeper, Mary Jane (biologist and owner of MisBeeHaven Farm in Poland) will explain the importance and benefits of raising bees, the expense involved and how to access local resources. Wednesday, January 24th, 6-8pm.
with Nathalie Roy
Give your furniture or cabinets a fresh new look with this simple painting method - at a fraction of the cost of buying new! Bring a small piece of wooden furniture to this class to create the vintage, cottage, antique or modern look you desire. No experience required!. A supply list will be provided upon registration. Mondays, April 9th and April 23rd, 6-8pm.
Digital Photography Basics - Framing Your Subject
with Shannon Dalton
How you capture your surroundings when taking pictures can have a big impace. Learn how to complement and highlight your subject for best photo composition. Weather permitting, much of this class will be spent outside. Thursday, May 24th from 6-8pm.
Environmental Toxins and Their Impact
with Maureen Higgins, LCSW
How do the toxins in the world around us, such as radon and pesticides for example, impact our risk of cancer? In this session, we will identify some common sources of potential health risks, increase awareness and discuss was to make more informed choices. Monday, May 7th from 6-7:30pm.
with Tamra Wight
You've heard of this popular outdoor, treasure hunting activity, but what exactly are geocaches and travel bugs? Tamra will walk you through some of her geocaching finds, tell you what to expect on the trail, and share how one geocache inspired her second middle grade novel, Cooper and Packrat: Mystery of the Eagles Nest. Bring your device to set up accounts for geocache.com if you like! Wednesday, May 2nd, 6-8pm.
with Bill Bouchard
Heatpumps are an efficient alternative source of heating and cooling for many homes and businesses. Why are they so popular? How do they work? And what are the benefits, types and costs associated with them? Bill will cover all of this and more - Bring your questions! Thursday, January 25th from 6-8pm.
with Debra Cartwright, Seniors Plus
Part A, Part B, C and D? Which one covers what? Are you turning 65 soon? This class focuses on Medicare and will help you sort everything out in order to make informed decisions! Wednesday, April 25th from 6-7:30pm. Free, but pre-registration is required.
Melt and Pour Soap-making
with Julia Bundy
Students will learn how to use various bases, colorants, scents, molds and techniques such as layering and embeds to make melt and pour soap. Students will make and take home a colorful loaf of melt and pour soap. Julia is a certified cold process soapmaker and owns Woodman Hill Soap Company. Monday, March 26th from 6-8pm.